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Slovakia Halts Sale Of Bratislava Airport
The government of Slovakia decided to stop the sale of Bratislava Airport to TwoOne, a consortium led by Vienna airport operator Flughafen Wien because it failed to win antitrust clearance in time.
Slovakia said it will start talks with the second-best bidder, a consortium led by Spanish infrastructure management group Abertis. "Under the privatization contract, the buyer must submit by Aug. 15 the approval of the privatization by the Anti-Monopoly Office," said a statement from the office of new left-wing Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico.